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. upper 50s and low 60s. here is sal. >>> steve, its going to be a rough one out there. a lot of wet roads and a lot of slippery conditions. we've had a bunch of fender benders out there. the latest one being southbound 880. a car ran off the road into the mud. somewhat of a minor crash. however they have to shut that off ramp down to get that car out of there. we have a crash here 98th and international where they called several medics to the scene. it looks like they are getting a handle on it. san francisco east 80 at seventh there is a crash right near where there was flooding. they are trying to get it out of the way. there is already a little bit of slow traffic on northbound 101 trying to get on to that lower deck of the bay bridge. at 5:02 let's go to live pictures. this is a look at the bay bridge. it is light. and no problems in san jose. this is a look at 80 westbound. that is is a nice drive. let's go back to the desk. >>> the wet weather is still causing big problems. pg&e crews have been busy all night restoring power to bay area homes and businesses. janine de la vega is in
. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. lots to talk about with weather and traffic. let's go to steve. >> absolutely. wind advisory 40-50 miles an hour. stronger up in the hills. i've seen 60. its a northerly breeze. it will turn more north easterly. petaluma 55 miles an hour. fairfield 53. half-moon bay 44. the oakland hills 63. at last check 56. livermore up to 36 miles an hour gust. napa 24. you can see its all out of the north, northeast. as long as that holds there will be temperatures -- there will be warmer temperatures in the north bay. if it wasn't for the breeze, these would be much, much colder. tomorrow morning ordinary person sunday morning they will collapse inland to some 30s. this is extremely dry air mass. its all down here. that is the reason why its so windy. as that low slowly moves to the east, the winds will decrease gradually. so our wednesday system has moved in. high pressure has moved into the north and it fills it with that wind. i'll tell you north, northeast wind helps some. so windy, sunny today. chilly to mild on these highs. breezy all day or blustery.
and traffic and the winds, steve. >> its been crazy. it started late morning and into last night. wind advisory goes from 10. some of the higher elevations over 60. let's hope that decreases. fairfield 46. black hawk 45 over night. half-moon bay 44. these are still the winds sustained right now. napa 23. you might smell smoke from the napa fire because we are getting a north, northeast breeze. almost everyone else has a component of an easterly or northerly breeze. fit wasn't for the breeze, the lows would be much, much colder. they will be tomorrow especially on sunday as the wind dies down. strong low in southern california. but with clear skies and high pressure to the north everything says that is the reason why it is so windy. we will have sunshine today it just won't be very warm for some. windy at times. decreasing throughout the day. still breezy all day. but it will not be as bad. highs anywhere from near 60 to almost 78 degrees. here is sal. >>> steve, we have bad commute news. a lot of people are not going to be taking bart because the system is not running. that means traff
day. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. we're gonna check weather and traffic. >>> steve, how are we looking? >> foggy. some higher clouds up to lake county. low clouds will be with us at noon. high clouds, turning mostly cloudy. the big news are definitely the low clouds and the fog. a lot of tropical clouds on their way but they are taking more of an aim towards seattle and portland, maybe you can smell some of that smoke from the scrap yard fire. had reports in fremont, oakland, palo alto, menlo park, seems to be decreasing. napa, 39. there's a lot of 40s here. even 55 oakland. 54 san francisco. mostly cloudy here in the morning. kind of a mild start. due east wind. almost everybody has a due east wind and kind of a mild pattern in the hills. i've seen 56 to a 9. high pressure is still over us. some of these higher clouds will drift through. overall, morning fog, then high clouds. kind of a mix of sunday and clouds. and then turning cloudy. combination will give us a mixed pattern. here's sal. >>> we've had problems this early commute. we've had a crash in san francisco. we
orgasms. >> reporter: steve says he would still be there but his wife decided it was time to leave. >> everything was in the open so sometimes a lot of times the women would arrange the dates for their -- their husbands or boyfriends with another friend of theirs. there's no like sneaking around. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: in recent months, lafayette morehouse appears to have ramped up its public presence on its facebook page and website where they clearly state they are not a cult. there is no common spiritual belief. and former members that i talked to say anybody is free to leave whenever they want. >> we're a university community. >> reporter: at one point in its history it had an accredited college campus called more university. you could get a ph.d. in sensuality. >> sexual information how to give women pleasure basically. that's what we majored in and that's what we got our degrees in. >> reporter: i reached out this them. they declined a request for an interview. more university is no more. lost its accreditation. but look at the website now. lafayette morehouse, they still
weather and traffic. steve has your forecast. >> i do indeed. the big message today and all the twitter responses coming in. oh, my gosh it's cooler out there. the highs 58 to 60. lows in the 40s. it feels colder than that to me. a system that's clipping the sierra nevada is responsible or you can blame it, thank it whatever you want to do. there's a hint of fog, but most of it i think is going to get wiped out pretty fast. 34 at the napa airport. a little breeze. there are a lot of 40s and you throw the breeze in, oh, my goodness, that's cutting through me. san francisco will start at 50. i've seen upper 40s. and a high of 62 in san jose. to 44 degrees. only a high of 65. the highs coming down from the seasonally warm temps we had a couple days ago with mid- to upper 70s. it it will be sunny. it will be breezy and it's going to be cool as well. temperatures, only patchy fog in the morning. i don't think it will last very long. a lot of 60s. mainly mid-60s or upper 60s. i don't think they'll feel warm. >>> good morning, traffic is going to be a little bit slow in some areas. watch for s
in the bay area. to tell you where the showers are right now, let's bring steve in. >> things are pretty quiet right now. we're in between systems. it's kind of cloudy right now. maybe some fog. developing low is beginning to pop up here right off the mendocino coast, sonoma coast. maybe rain moving back in for point arena, fort bragg. that will develop later on for us. for everyone else by this afternoon, it's also going to give us a possibility of some shower activity. a couple of systems coming together. the low is on its way to southern california but not until tomorrow. until then, it could get sunny. things are quiet in the rain department. we had .75 to 2 inches for some, especially up in the russian river. things are calming down. they are not done yet. you get a good look at the system as it starts to pop up right there. it's on way its. that will set the stage for maybe some thundershower activity. right now, it's cloudy. could be sunbreaks for a while. highs today starting off in the 50. will only be in the 50s or 60s. here's sal. >>> we're looking at a tough commute because o
and former kerry campaign manager steve elmendorf and former press secretary rich galen. it's so interesting if you compare christie's views to ken cuccinelli's, they're almost identical. is his decisive victory a sign that pragmatism trumps ideology? >> i think ken cuccinelli was a lot more extreme than chris christie or at least vocalized his extremism. the test for chris christie is when he runs for president in a state like iowa or south carolina with a republican electorate, can he take this show on the road and i think the jury is out on that. >> the former rnc chairman says chris christie is leading a republican resurgent and said, quote, he's proved that a conservative republican can get votes from hispanics and african-americans, that a pro-life governor can get votes from women. this means that those voters are available to us, that we're not shut out demographically or gee graphically, that it's worth the effort. is that wishful thinking? chris christie is kind of a singular guy, don't you think? >> that's what it takes. one of the things we learned last night, steve, is that cand
," once again. i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i've dave clark. >>> steve, you have things to talk about, too. >> windy for some. not for all. rather breezy, blustery day. a few low clouds make for a nice sunrise. overall, it will be sunny. blustery, breezy. temperatures are just rarin' to drop. they are being held up by the breeze. wind advisory, still 40 to 50. strongest gusts above the call cut -- caldecott. these are overnight. blackhawk, 45. fairfield, 46. santa rosa, 53. petaluma at 55 miles an hour. still 25 at fairfield. concord, 10. napa, 18. that's coming down. the relative humidity, 6%. that's how dry it is. it's mainly a north-northeast wind. only san jose. now a little bit of a northerly breeze there. 40s and 50s. 45 santa rosa. i mean, they could easily drop if the wind stays down. it's been debrees ceasing a -- decreasing a little bit. the strong low in southern, arizona. breezy, sunny. a few clouds around. maybe a few low clouds. it will be mostly sunny today. temperatures, again, the forecasted highs, i've seen 12, 15-degree differences between some of the projecti
? steve? >> a spare of the air goes until midnight. the high pressure is here. it's kind of parked itself near us. not much of a breeze. hazy skies. everything, as you can see, as far as cloud cover, the bend in the clouds, that tells you where the high pressure is. the dome of it. it's there. oh, baby, it's cold. 32 napa. a lot of 30s. a bunch. maybe a breeze or a patchy fog holding some of that. in san francisco, it's in the upper 30s or 40s. 34, santa rosa. not far away, i've seen 32. there's couple of upper 20s as well. it's a cold morning. san francisco, not as bad. component of an easterly breeze. 48 and then a high of 62. high pressure says not today. it's going to send everything up and over up towards vancouver and seattle which means we have a lot of sunshine here. as you know, the days are short. cold morning and then sunny. but hazy, patch or two of fog. not a bunch. but there's a little bit around. highs will be in the low to mid- 60s at best here's sal. >>> we're looking at a commute that's slightly different today. it's a little bit lighter in some areas but we've had so so
. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. >>> let's go to steve. >> all right. thank you. a very happy friday morning. very foggy friday morning for some, not for all. it's not widespread. but it's definitely back. it's way down there. right on the deck. if you don't have the fog, it's cooler on the overnight lows. 38, napa. a lot of 40s showing up instead of the 50s. the fog is reducing visibility to an eighth of a mile or a quarter of a mile for some. san francisco, nicole in the marina says very foggy in the bay. watch out for that. oakland, bay bridge, kind of dances around a little bit. we'll go for 62 in san francisco today. even oakland will cool down. fog for some, not for all. it will be hazy and warm if you are inland today. it looks like the weekend looks pretty good here except we'll have a garage actual cooling trend. a pretty big spread between the coastal temperatures which are just amazingly warm again for this time of year. a few mid- to upper 70s. 50s, 60s closer to the water. here's sal. >>> we're looking at traffic that's busier. some commutes already seem to be friday lig
above the 16,000 mark. steve sedgwick live for us in london. >> good day to you. the markets are looking good after those previous losses earlier in the week. just redressing the balance somewhat for the bulls. but investor confidence not good in the politicians. no one seemed to come out at the latest global investors survey. the president's approval ratings have fallen to 38% from previous 50%. it's worse for the republicans, as well, down to away about 19% from the previous late september 28%. democrats in the house pretty much where they were before around about 30%. what is interesting is 52% of respond departme respondents say another shutdown is expected. >>> talking to bank of america, deutsche bank and barclays about getting funding together for a bid for time warner. no guarantees that any bid will materialize, but charter is backed by media and he's talked previously about the desperate need for more consolidation. so if they get the funding, there may be another tilt at twc before the end of the reayear. >> so tell me about hydro again fuel celled vehicles and whether it's a
. >>> all right, steve good morning. the chp is investigating a deadly crash on the east bay freeway. it happened around 12:40 this morning. a driver got out of his car after crashing it into the center divider. another car struck and killed him when he left the crash scene. that driver immediately stopped and cooperating with investigators. alcohol is not believed to be a factor in this crash. let's go out and take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it looks okay. it will not be much of a commute. i think people will be driving mostly to the shopping malls. large amounts of people have the day off today. highway 101 san francisco, northbound 101 looks pretty good with no major problems. and this morning if you are driving to the livermore area that traffic moves along very nicely. now back to the desk. >>> the holiday shopping season off to a flying start. >> welcome to sears. >> thank you for shopping at sears everybody. >> just like stores across the country retailers at the sun valley middle school opened on thanksgiving night to get a jump on the most important time of the yea
. >> it is about steve cohen and it is steve cohen. this is fascinating. steve cohen has not been charged with insider trading but the day after sac pled guilty, paid $1.2 billion, steve cohen remains under investigation, the next day chris christie won overwhelmingly new jersey governor and guess what he did? he personally called steve cohen to come to his big gala association and attend a private dinner. now there is nothing illegal about that. but this is now raising eyebrows from people, republicans who saw him at the event, from people starting to make its way around the political analyst circles where they're saying this is incredible fodder for anybody that runs against christie in the future, particularly if he goes up, if he runs for president in 2016, this could be a campaign commercial. this is what we know, christie personally invited him. heard through the grapevine steve cohen following the monday plea deal was depressed, wasn't feeling very well. told him to get, quote, his rear end off the couch from what i understand. that is direct quote from somebody and attend the even
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delaying tactics, no more mickey mouse. and with any luck, there will be action. steve kornacki and joan walsh. well, the president's enemies have made history in the ferocity and frequency of their attacks on the most basic jobs of the president in febds they challenged his right but filibustering the confirmation of chuck hagel. to protect consumers by holding up his nominee for the protective bureau. for two full years. that nominee was finally confirmed in july. in october they challenged his right of blocking mel watt to head the federal housing finance committee. while it was to be the first member of congress to be denied confirmation since the civil war. and most recently, any judges between october 31st and november 18th. shot them all three of the president's nominees to d.c. court of appeals. today they invoke what's called the nuclear option. it kills the republican threat of a filibuster on most presidential appointments. but the bigger message is clear. democrats and this president have gone to war with their enemies finally. let's listen to the president. >> today's patter
rose. >> tonight a special conversation with jony ive, apple's chief of design and the man steve jobs desribed as his spiritual partner. and marc newson, a industrial designer who made everything from ca, jewelry, and airport tin terrier, they teamed up to apple's red to auction the a sotheby's to go to the global find to find aides. ive and newson have known each other for 13 year, ive is almost as important to he'll success as legendary c.e.o. steve jobs. he is behind the designs for the i mac, ipod, i phones, and ios 7 the latest-- the it has helped apple sell millions of its products around the world. newson's range as a design is unparalleled, so much so that the "new york times" once asked, is there anything marc newson has not designedment his lockheed lounge chair has set world records at auctions. ive and newson have both redefined the boundaries between art and design, form and function. their work has been featured in museums and earned them countless awards. we talk with jony and marc about the auction, their craft, and their friendship. >> define for me what this exhibit
and we'll let you know if anything happens with that. 7:19. let's go to steve. >> thank you sal. >> you're welcome steve. >>> clear skies, nice today. cold for some. not too bad in san francisco. a lot of 50s on the lows. inland, you can find o 30s. big differences in the -- find 30s. big differences in the temps. clear skies this morning. all the higher clouds went south. starting to do a dance. you don't want to see that. ken lawrence our o director, we all -- our direct, we all have issues. the comments i get in my ear sometimes. turning colder next week. we need the rain, we're definitely going to get the cold next week. it's cold now, but these may seem warm compared to next week. next couple of days, things look good. the cloud cover went south, down in southern california where they are getting rain. santa barbara, la, san diego, not too bad. mainly confining itself to the coast. higher clouds are working north and south of monterey and salinas. the slow going to stay there. the rain stays along the coast, skirting it. nationally it's quite until next week when a cold system is g
months later, steve, the survivors, the people who survived the attack in benghazi have not been made available to the u.s. congress for oversight pumps. so i'm going to block every appointment in the senate until the survivors are being made available to the congress. >> that was the morning after the "60 minutes" piece aired. but nothing from senator lindsey graham today. and david, how does he justify blocking every post that the president proposes? i'm talking about the head of federal reserve, all of these things that have absolutely nothing to do with benghazi. >> sure. well, you're right. they've been quiet today. at least as far as we knew by mid-afternoon, fox has not covered this story at all. what's going to happen here rather than what should happen is they're going to have some closed door hearings next week in front of a partisan committee. this source didn't work out for them. but they're going to keep looking and looking until somebody says what they want them to say. what should happen here is the republicans, "60 minutes" should apologize to the american people. they
for foreign relations. steve, first to you, what part of this surprised you in terms of its severity in terms of the force? what took you by surprise? >> well, to some extent what took me by surprise was how slow we were to realize what a tremendous storm this was. it got very little coverage. in fact, i learned about it from a german friend on friday morning last week who shared the images of this incoming storm. right there it was clear that this was going to be a monumental event. with the kinds of wind that were being predicted, 190 knots but came in close to 150 knots of wind, that's a tremendous amount of wind to insure devastation in its wake. >> we should have realized this was going to be pretty massive. and we didn't do enough preparation in advance? >> to an extraordinary extent, when it comes to disasters before they hit, time is your friend. and after they hit, it becomes your enemy really quick. and it seem that is we need visuals that there's destruction before we kick into high gear. we have to be much more front-loaded. the fact is, i would argue the department of defense sho
filling monitor then we take special >> pelley: steve hartman's "on the road" on assignment this week, so we decided to end with something you don't see very often. that have is a cougar in griffith park in los angeles beneath the hollywood sign. an image that will appear in next month's "national geographic." cougars are nocturnal and seldom seen so how did they get that picture? chip reid introduces us to the man behind the lens. >> reporter: national geographic photographer steve winter has spent most of his adult life shooting just about every kind of wild cat on the planet. >> just so incredibly cute. >> reporter: yet he maintains a child like enthusiasm, even at new york's central park zoo watching the baby snow leopards. >> they like playing on these rocks. they're learning how to hunt. >> reporter: snow leopards were winter's ticket to fame. plenty of photographers used remotely triggered cameras. >> okay, put the caps on. >> reporter: but in 2008 winter went further adding elaborate and creative lighting designs, even in the brutal 15,000 foot cold of the himalayas. he captured t
to a million a year. steve fuller used to do it all the time. >> so you were pretty good at what you did? >> yes. i've taken a lot of cars. >> reporter: so steve is going to spill the beans on what thieves know, that we don't. starting with the biggest question. how do they choose which car to steal? you're basically shopping. >> yeah, that's the plan. >> reporter: in tv shows like the sopranos, the bad guy always steals the most expensive cars. >> in eastern europe you can sell this far for 120,000. >> reporter: but the top two most stolen cars in 2012, honda civics and accords, going all the way back to the '90s models. we set up this garage in l.a. for him to demonstrate how it's done. car number one has a barely open window. >> a window that has enough room for me to stick my fingers in i can get out of its track rocking back and forth and pull hard enough to get my arm in there and unlock it. >> reporter: bingo, in less than ten seconds. now for car number two. >> i'm going to use my tow truck lockout kit. >> reporter: a few pumps of air. >> stick it right down to the lock. now i'm
on water. both expected to be okay. speaking of okay, here's steve. >> thank you very much, brian. a controversial textbook now approved by the texas school board despite concerns it is factually incorrect on a number of issues, including climate change and fracking. oil and gas professional becky berger tried persuading the texas board against adopting the book but to no avail. our next guest is not surprised. we're joined by a former member of the texas state board on education, cynthia dunbar joins us. becky berger stood in front of the board considering this textbook and said you can't have our kids read this. it is one-sided and riddled with air. they said we're going to print it any way with some changes. >> right. what's interesting is issues with errors in textbook is very common. nobody wants to think there are errors in textbook. those error concerns come up all the time. then it comes down to the question of are these factually octoberable errors or -- factually objectionable errors. then the problem comes where is the pool of information? if conservation make the compl
be able to manage money belonging to steve cohn, the founder, certain employees and his family members. >> hey, kate, couple questions this morning. one is this doesn't resolve any potential criminal liability for steve cohn, the man himself, is that true? >> well, let me give you a dual answer to that. i mean, i guess it doesn't, although i think if they had the material for a criminal individual case against cohen, they probably would have brought it at this point. now they continue to try current and former traders. in two weeks from now we'll see the trial of michael steinberg and i assume the fbi continues to try to turn witnesses against him. so i think you can't rule that out in the future, but i would probably not expect it at this point. >> the only reason i ask is because if you remember and you remember so well given -- now we're talking about a $1.8 billion settlement, 600 was already from a prior settlement, some people meant the whole thing was over. here we are they would argue we're sort of double dipping. it seems to me they're taking a second bite at the apple, why no
calendar -- that's steve's watch. this is my watch. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> you know, typical washington, d.c. you wonder why we're in trouble. some guy goes out for lunch. he's got 40 bucks in his pocket. he spent 50 bucks. >> no big deal. somebody else will pay for it. >> that guy is like the vice president. >> he's just like the vice president. >> in fact he is. >> money management. >> joe biden did it again. so we have something else. we also have something very interesting. we have joe biden as senator and joe biden as vice president commenting on the nuclear option. we have president obama as president and we also have president obama as senator commentating on the nuclear option. the nuclear option is what drops the overall vote down in the senate to pass something from 60 to 51. it finally happened. the nuclear option was enacted, but the problem is it has a track record. >> it does. yesterday harry reid and company, the democrats, blew up two centuries of tradition and custom. what's interesting is -- and we're going to talk about how it does appear it is a d
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wealth. >> steve levy with me now. this was a question we were asking throughout the sort of the three-years of the economic -- of the struggling economic recovery starting in 2010, 11 and 12. here we are nearly at the end of 13, corporate profits are up, they're sitting on cash. what's the excuse now? >> first of all, chuck, after that run of numbers i have a job for you at cnbc as an economics reporter. >> thank you, sir. >> really well done. we don't know why they're sitting on cash. one reason is uncertainty about the outlook is particularly mentioned by a lot of top ceos. plus you're in a world right now of a lot of excess capacity. you can find that excess capacity in some of those numbers you gave. there's excess capacity in labor and that you see in the unemployment rate and the number of long-term unemployed. there's also excess capacity in factories and in plant and equipment. another thing you have is you have -- >> let me stop you there. excess capacity basically is economic english for -- >> too much stuff. >> also automation, right? >> that's potentially one source. reall
. >> they are focusing, however, on that crash on automation as a possible cause. >> thank you, steve. >>> if you have a tip for steven stock or anyone in our investigative unit, we urge you to give us a call or send us an e-mail to the unit@nbcbayarea.com. >>> there's been an arrest in an animal cruelty case. a man threw a little dog into oncoming traffic. he's jailed after investigators tracked him to a vallejo apartment and booked him on animal cruelty and robbery charges. police say just after christmas last year, he killed a 12-year-old pekinese right in front of the owner when he demanded money from her. the owner only had $5 which angered barrett. barrett yanked the dog from the car and through roxie on to leavenworth in front of traffic. roxie did have to be euthanized. police identified the suspect at barrett but say he eluded them until just this week. >>> the next pixar movie is being postponed causing some jobs to be lost. the studio owned by disney says it will delay the release of "the good dinosaur." that's their next movie because of the delay they'll lay off about 60 people, which is
chronicle. coming up tonight at 6:00, why twitter might remove future conspiracy theories and the steve jobs connection to november 22nd, 1963. >>> stay with us for a special edition of nightly news. brian williams will be hosting this evening's show from dallas. it begins in 15 minutes at 5:30. >>> the sheriff's deputy has released a photo of the weapon wielded by the woman shot to death by deputies. she refused demands to drop the plastic handled steak knife. she was pounding and breaking glass in san jose. she advanced on three deputies and backed one into a corner. that deputy fired her gun, killing the suspect who died at the scene. >>> grieving families of cold case homicide victims now have a venue to find the killers. the channel will air a half hour special every month highlighting two different families. 12 of the cities 42 homicides this year remain unsolved. a 17-year-old was stabbed to death after leaving san jose high school february 15th. the hope is witnesses will come forward after watching the tv program. >> i hope that they see the hurt and the pain that it's caused me. th
questions and comments. we have an update on whether >> steve: currie will play for the warriors, stay tuned, gary is next. . i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> all right, everybody, warriors have not beaten the lakers at staple center in five years. tonight, it's going to be probably just as tougher, because >> steve: kury is not in the lineup. i did some investigative reporting and found out he will not play. >>> >> steve: currie, second game he will miss because of a concussion. this is not good. two games, >> steve: kury and the so- called minor concussion. he is out tonight. >> >> 49ers signe
minutes, i will talk about the potential for snow and rain across our area. >> steve, all right. we are use to dealing with cold in the d c area, but some people are surprised that we received this blast this early. tom roussey continues live team coverage from the lincoln memorial. down, butds are dying it is still awfully cold especially for this time of year. 21 degrees below average. normally, you will see folks hanging out with the steps there. there is no one there. this cold is keeping a lot of people away. many did find things to do outside tonight. >> ironically, one of the best ways to stay warm tonight was to get on the ice. if you continue to skate around, you feel less cold. it affected cold, the zamboni at the pentagon city outdoor rink. harry tran spent about 12 hours, , getting itutside to work right. >> trying to stay outside, make sure the machine is running. 10 degreess all most colder than the average high in mid-january which is the coldest time of year around here. in d c, it is not the cold. it is the windchill. today saw gusts of up to 45 miles per hour. that
, america. i'm steve levy. welcome to "sportscenter." probably the game of the year in the nfl. two star players. two marquee franchises, ended on a fluky play. tom brady ends the first half down 24-0. a long way to go against a peyton manning-led team. brady to gronkowski. patriots with 21 unanswered. here's brady. back to edelman. dives in for pay dirt. pats score 28 unanswered. take a 28-24 lead. peyton manning to demaryius thomas. broncos tie it at 31-31. to overtime. in the overtime, the patriots punt, their former hero wes welker back to return told everybody to get out of the way. his message got to tony carter too late. recovered by nate ebner. patriots recover in field goal range. steven gostkowski does it. pats overcome a 24-0 halftime deficit and win 34-31 in overtime. >>> tonight, a dandy for you on espn's "monday night football." 49ers have to have in the game. already looking up to the cardinals and panthers in the nfc playoff picture. the skins and rg3, looking up at everybody in the east. >>> we figured we had to give this guy a ton of credit for doing what he does. that'
with heart disease. there was a 29% increased incidence of heart attack. cardiologist steve nissen at the cleveland clinic says we need better studies to assess the benefits and risks of testosterone therapy. >> just like women go through menopause, men go through manopause. that's probably part of male aging and treating it as a disease may get us in a lot of trouble. >> reporter: urologist elizabeth kavaler says there are risks that are complicated. >> there are risks associated with low testosterone and testosterone replacement. >> before you start treating millions of americans with testosterone, you probably ought to think twice. >> reporter: there are several possible ways testosterone replacement might raise the risk of cardiovascular disease. researchers suggest it might increase clotting with the arteries. further study of the risks and benefits is clearly needed. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. >>> on "cbs moneywatch" now, new safety rules for airline pilots and casino gambling could be coming to the big apple. alexis christoforous is at the new york stock exchange wi
, steve? >> it does. wonder if it's got secret sauce. two all-beef patties. >> one week after testifying on capitol hill about the disastrous obamacare rollout, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius returns today for round 2. what can we expect to hear? joining us from the senate side, pennsylvania senator pat toomy, a member of the senate finance committee. he's going to be there this morning. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, steve. >> i bet she's going to get an ear full because i know you guys in the senate have been getting an ear full from your constituents who suddenly have gotten those, hey, you've just been canceled notes in the mail. >> that is exactly right. of course, you know, how many times has the president promised people that if you like the coverage you have, you'll get to keep it? we always knew that was untrue. now, of course, it's coming home. and it's devastating to people. three and a half million so far have gotten these letters. because of obamacare, they lose their coverage. their plan no longer meets the satisfaction of the presiden
and grappling with ways to coordinate better and less suspicion of military responders such as steve is referring to having the u.s. military go in. and hopefully all of this is going to mean we'll have less errors made by the responders. the problem now is just simply logistics. you don't have functioning hospitals. you don't have electricity for your operating rooms. you don't have the ability to purify water supplies. all of the basics have been devastated. >> thank you both very much. the point you made, steve flynn, that stuck with me, is if we knew about this looking at the data and looking at the maps, could we have mobilized a better response up front or do we need to see devastation and see terrible images before we muster political world to put out resources. it's a terrible challenge. we'll get better and better information from computers and from all kinds of technology but we still need to move and if the only thing that moves us are these horrible images, we end up waiting for the disaster any way. up next, what in the world. i have great checklist for you telling you h
with look at steve rudin. the first of two cocold fronts have movoved on through. you will feel the difference as it moves through the root -- region today. 20'sratures tonight, mid to lower 30's. >> it's time to play -- >> let me guess. >> "name that cloud." >> one of the local meteorologists say, please tell me that animation sticks around forever. this is in nevada, if that helps you out. i know it won't. something stratus. >> cirrus. >> just to give you an idea, cirrus is high. stratus is low. >> can you combine them? >> it's often formed in the leer outside of downstream from the mountains. this would be east of reno, right? and it comes over. you have cooling. >> does anybody understand what she's talking about? >> when the air goes down, it starts -- basically, you don't see the cloud, the air goes back up. you see it. oh, my gosh. >> i don't know what language that is. >> yeah. >>> coming up on the broadcast, we have to switch gears. a very serious story after the break. new clues toward a motive in the gruesome murder of a particular high school teacher. the chilling kn
flight plans. a number of airlines are waving their change fees. steve? >> that's right, neil, you want to contact your airline because of that change fee being waved. right now the calm before the storm. rain, wind, snow tomorrow. as you heard rick say, it will be a big holiday mess on some of the busiest travel weekends of the year. so we can take a look at pictures that we shot earlier. a lot of the flights have been delayed. most of the departures scheduled for on time but we don't know if they're going to get out on time. there have been delays, people's travel plans have been affected. this person seems to be taking it all in stride. >> what's your story? what happened? >> i came for a flight in the morning at 6:00 a.m. to dallas and it was delayed because of the weather. and then they said something about problems with the aircraft. >> so arrive early at the airport, two to three hours. you not only have weather to deal with on the way here, you have parking, big crowds, people turning out for the holiday, trying to travel. long security lines. allow plenty of time and be sure to
: implementation is one thing. delay is another thing. steve hayes in washington. martha: bombshell details on what the administration knew about the launch of the trouble-plagued website. new documents show the system didn't hold up under stress tests leading up to the big day. the question is why didn't they put it on hold. in fact they weren't even close to where they were going to be. the site could tomorrow handle 1,000 users on a day before october 1. that's 1,000 users at a time nationwide. think about how small that is. amazon.com gets 95 million users a month which works out to 2,000 users per minute. bill: it has been quiet on the ceo front of these insurance companies. but we heard from one of the big five. he's urging government officials to quote push the pause button and shut down healthcare.gov until it's fixed entirely. he says this is the best short-term solution. instead of trying to fix tonight a patchwork manner day by day and hour by hour. martha: the number of people losing their health plans keeps growing. so far 4 million policies. 4 million people got unwanted letters in th
. mike harper, urbandale. right over there. the board of supervisors. chad, dallas county auditor. steve shepler. national committeewoman. member of the state central committee. and my old friend darrell. you've all gotten many calls from him. we've been working together for 46 years. where are you? nobody knows more about iowa politics and how to raise money. committee,nt of the right over here. we were duckhunting and we were not getting any. we were all wet. he looked at me and he said, maybe are not throwing the dog high enough. these are the good people keeping this government into nana working well. iowa and taxes are both working very well. let's have jack come up and give us a legislative report from the iowa senate. [applause] >> thank you for being here tonight and thank you for your support. it would not be possible without all of your support. it's very much appreciated. giving a brief report and i would like to introduce my colleagues in attendance tonight. the first from urbandale, brad. from south the last iowa, state senator joni ernst. and finally our newest senator, cha
the fanatical attention to detail that the late steve jobs was known for. >> steve had a great sense of caring that he knew what went into the inside of an iphone or an ipad and that kind of thing is part of the legend of the collaboration between you and steve. >> i think it's just part of a much broader picture. so i think at the highest level it's to try and make something great. the only way you can do that is to care to an extraordinary level. and i think many things then testify to that. whether it's how you finish the inside of something, how it's assembled right way through to how you try to communicate its value having to package it. but i think certainly one of the things we feel strongly about at apple is you know that commitment to care and to try to make the very best product that we can. >> it is that per suit of perfection simplicity beauty and function that drives these two in everything they do. >> you just have to try to design great things that stand the test of time. certainly the antithesis of accessibility. if you can design really trul
kind of holiday? >>> inside the takedown of a mobster. steve kroft with new details about a "60 minutes" report on the 16 year search for james whitey bulger. >> i did ask him, aren't you relieved that you don't have to look over your shoulder anymore and it's come to an end? and he said are you [ bleep ] nuts. >> pope francis goes public with what may be the bones of the original pope. a mystery surrounding st. peter going back to 64 a.d.. >> plus the airline security measure that leads to costly decisions. >> i've literally seen people crying as their $300 or $400 bottle of alcohol is dumped in the disposal bin. >> the american company behind a high tech solution that could rewrite the rules. the new is back this morning. stay tune for your local news. >> this national weather report sponsored by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. uh-huh. i know this hasn't always been easy for you. and i'm really happy that you're in my life too. ♪ it's just like yours, mom! [ jane ] behind every open heart is a story. tell yours with my open hearts collection at kay jewelers, the number one
, steve, people thought of him as a vietnam president, they had forgotten the wonderful things he had done, especially in 1964 and 1965. so he died a very unhappy man but about a month before that, he had the symposium at the lbj library, brought a lot of civil rights leaders in. he had heart pains that day in public to get through it he ended it using the words we shall overcome. so it was emotional. he never lived to see the reassessment i agree with you, it is now happening today. >> people remember how young lbj was when he died. he was only 64. i want to thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> we will join to the present day t. race between the parties not to come in last. that's next. . >> we have been talking about the political environment in 1963. now we will fast forward to the present day. we are joined by the washington bureau chief for the is the sun times." sasha eisen berg, author of the victory lab and continue for the magazine mon cal and a staff writer at the daily boast.com. as for what we're going to talk about, there appears to be a common thread linking the numbe
yesterday in district 3. and the victory of his candidates. as you all know, steve and i have had a good relationship over the last four years, i don't see any reason that that's going to change over the next four. we committed once again yesterday, today, rather, with each other to work together over the next number of years. and in fact we'll meet tomorrow in trenton to begin to lay out the agenda for the lame duck session and for the new session that will begin in january after the inauguration. so we're going to continue to work together. do the same things we've done before. it's produced a good result, that the people of new jersey seem pretty happy with. if that's the case, there's no reason to fix it if it's not broken. think the public came to that conclusion. and so it's my job now to make it happen. and that's exactly what i intend to do over the course of the next four years. so, even though i've been extraordinarily available on the trail to answer all the people's questions, to allow them to talk to me during the times when we had no availabilities, i know there's been a li
? steve king from iowa will be "outfront." >>> then the president said no chemical weapons in syria under any circumstances. he was willing to fight for this. is he about to cave? we have a special report next. >>> and code red. was the hazing of a 300-pound man under orders? new details a bizarre and disturbing story. , bp had two b: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? >>> our second sto
? representative steve king outfront. >>> the president said no chemical weapons in syria under any circumstances. he was willing to fight for this. is he about to cave? we have a special report next. >>> and code red with the hazing of a 300-pound man under orders? new details tonight on a bizarre and disturbing story. see a worlg with opportunity, with ideas, with ambition. i'm thinking about china, brazil, india. the world's a big place. i want to be a part of it. ishares international etfs. access to developed markets, emerging markets and single countries. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus, which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education
that prize $500 and that's steve from san jose. >> hey. >> hey, steve, good job! 500 bucks! now he will be a producer for a day? >> that's correct. couple hours, hang out with us, super fun. so it's fun. i got $1,000 from krispy kreme's glen dorman. >> reporter: and they're bringing donuts. >> they always do. he has a daly city krispy kreme where there's a huge filipino community. so he wants to help out. so go by there daly city krispy kreme. >> thank you. keep those phone calls coming. 1-888-5-helps-u. we'll be right back. hey ed a lot... to live a happy life, but on the other hand, when what the little they have is wiped out, now you have a big problem. " a survivor contestant is also helping raise money today with our sister station in los angeles... kpix 5 is partnering with the red cross to raise money for the ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a thick fog around parts of the bay area this morning and a dense fog advisory is up. we're seeing some visibilities less than a quarter of a mile. >> some folks will be late to work. westbound 580 is gridlocked from crockett to pinole. an
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